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BEDFORD r^""^'^ 



Bedford Free Public Library 

Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

Home of the Bedford Flag 




The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John 
Page in 1737 by King George II of England, was 
carried by his son, Nathaniel, who fought with the 
Bedford Minutemen at the Battle of Concord 
Bridge, April 19, 1775. 

FEB 2012 



missile 1975 




BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



F 

PRESIDENT 




CLAUDIA ABRAMS 

If you will it, it is no dream. 





JEANNE M. ANDERSON 

What lies behind us and what 
lies before us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within us 



KATHY ACKERMAN 

Music is playing inside my head 
Over and Over And Over again 
My friend, there's no end to the 
music 





BRETT A. ANGUS 




KATHLEEN J. AHERN 

Do not follow where the path 
may lead. 
Go instead where there is no path 
and leave a trail. 



DAVID ALAN ANSEL 

"This is the dead land 
This is the cactus land 
Here the stone images 
Are raised, here they recieve 
The supplication of a dead man 's 
hand 

Under the twinkle of a fading 
star. " 
— Eliot 





DAVID W. ALIE 



ALYSIA ANTHONY 

The first thing to do in life is to 
do with purpose what one 
proposes to do. 




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KENNETH C. 
BLOMSTEDT 




ELAINE E. BOYCE 




MICHAEL BONELLI 



STEVE BRADFORD 

The problem with 
people is that they try 
to put 
everything in a 
nutshell 




DIANE BOUDREAU 

Two roads diverge in a 
wood, 

And I took the one less 

traveled by, 
And that has made all 
the difference. 




MEGHAN BRADY 

You will do foolish 

things 
but do them with 
enthusiasm. 




KAREN MERCEDES 
BRENNAN 

Everybody has to be 
somebody to somebody 
to be anybody. 



THOMAS J. BRADY 





MICHAEL J. BRYANT 



GAIL BRZESKI 

Give me your own special 
smile 




ROBERT BUMBACA 





EDWARD R. BURRI 




MICHAEL D. BUTLER 

Winning isn 't everything; 
But it sure beats anything 
That comes in second. 




SUSANNA CALLAHAN 

The Deepest feeling always 
shows itself in silence. 




LESLIE CAMERON 

If you love something, set it free. 
If it comes back to you, it's 
yours, 

If it doesn 't, it never really was. 



STEPHEN CAMPBELL 

wmmm 




EILEEN C.CASSIDY 

If you do not understand my 
silence you will never understand 
mv words. 




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RICHARD A. COLLINS 



KEVIN COLLITON 



Never trust a man who doesn't 
drink. 

camera 
shy 



MICHAEL J. COMLEY 



MICHAEL J. COUGHLIN 

Now that the first quarter is 
over, I look forward to the next 
three quarters with mixed emo- 
tions, as I dream of scoring the 
winning touchdown in overtime. 





rfm 










DOUGLAS COOMBS 
Doug 

There is no such thing as too 
much SNOW 



ANN DOROTHY COYNE 

/ don 't know half of you as well as 
I like; and I like less than half of 
you half as well as you deserve. 





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LAURIE CULLINGTON 



The love in your heart wasn 't put 
there to stay, love isn 't love until 
you give it away. 





JEANNE DION 

Look to this day for it is life, the 
very life of life For yesterday 
is already a dream, and tomorrow 
is only a vision; a dream of hap- 
piness, and every tomorrow a vi- 
sion of hope. 



MARGARET F. DONIGAN 

"Happiness is like a butterfly, 
The more you chase it, The more 
it will elude you. But if you turn 
your attention to other things it 
comes and softly sits on your 
shoulder. 





RICHARD DODGE 

Every Man has to seek in his own 
way to make his own self more 
noble and to realize his own true 
worth. 




MICHAEL DOREY 



CAROL DEBARARDIS 





GAIL BEVERLY DUNHAM 



VALERIE MARIE DOUGLAS 

Friendship is the Sunshine in the 
Garden of Life. But when friend- 
ship is not there, the Garden of 
Life is dark and lonely. 






KLAUS DEUTSCHER ARLEEN M. DEVINE 

JIM DELFINO 




CAROL BEATRICE DILL 

Wit is the only wall between us 
and darkness. Beulah, peel me a 
grape. 



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PATRICIA A. GEPvLEK 

Laugh and be jolly when it rains, 
any fool can do so when the sun 
shines. 





DIANE GOSS 

After all: It is not just what is 
around us but what is in us, not 

what we have but what we are 
that makes us really happy . . . 



ANNE K. GILBERT 

We do not remember days, We 
remember moments. 






TODD H. GORDON 



SHIELA GILROY 




KAY GURLEY 

There is too much to say and too 
little space and I don 't even know 
where to begin! 




HELEN L. GREGORY 

And after death, through the 
long To Be (which, I think, must 
surely keep love's laws), I, should 
you chance to have need of me, 
Am ever and always, only yours. 




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KERRY HOWARD 

Hope is the knowledge that to- 
morrow will bring a rebirth of 
Love, Peace, and Joy 



JONATHAN A. HURD 

When I was a child, 
I thought that infinity was some- 
where just on the other side of a 

hundred. 
Now, I realize that it's on the 
other side of a million. 






SUSAN L. JEPSEN 

Take your time, think alot, think 
of everything you've got, for you 
will still be here tomorrow but 
your dreams may not. 



SANDRA LEE JOHNSON 




MARK HOPKINS 





STEVE JAMES 

As long as you try your hardest 
there is no need for an excuse. 




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JENNIFER R. JANEK 

Skinned knees are easier to fix 
than broken dreams. 



JOYCE JONES 



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SUSAN M. KATTWINKEL 

"For yesterday is already a 
dream and tomorrow is only a 
vision, but today well-lived 
makes yesterday a dream of 
happiness and every tomorrow a 
vision of hope. " 



ROBIN JONES 





PATRICIA KEOHAN 

Many that live deserve death. 
And some that die deserve life. 
Can you give it to them ? Then do 
not be too eager to deal out death 
in judgement. For even the very 
wise cannot see all ends. 
J.R.R. TOLKIEN 




SUSAN KAY KELLY 

"Not everyone that saith unto 
me, Lord, Lord, shall enter the 
kingdom of heaven; but he that 
doeth the will of my Father 
which is in heaven. " 



DAVID JONUSKIS 





JEAN KENNEY 

Sometimes deep in my sighs are 
wishes for the peaceful skies of 
long ago. 



JAYNE KING 

"CHUN" 

Are we forever to be twisting and 
untwisting the same rope? 



JANET M. KENISON 
You 've got a friend. 






JOHNW. KING 



UJHAt i n* * 

MARTHA KING 

All I care for is to know Christ, to 
experience the power of His 
resurrection, and to share his 
sufferings in growing conformity 

with His death if only I may 
finally arrive at the resurrection 
from the dead. 
Phil. 3:10-11 



WILLIAM KINNEY 
'BILL- 



DEBORAH KONKLE 

"For I am sure that neither 
death, nor life, nor angels, nor 

principalities, northings 
present, nor things to come, nor 
powers, nor height, nor depth, 
nor anything else in all cretion, 
will be able to separate us from 
the Love of God in Jesus Christ 
our Lord. " 
ROMANS 8:38-39 
RSV 







LYDIA KRUTCHKOFF 

I have sought thy nearness with 
all my heart I call thee, and going 
out to meet thee, I found thee 
coming toward me. 



DIANE H. KUCHER 

"My peace I leave with you, let 
not your heart be troubled 
neither let it be afraid. You 
believe in God, believe also in Me 





THOMAS KREUELS 

Live for today; for he that lives 
for tomorrow, will have had 
nothing of yesterday. He that 
seeketh beauty, will find it, for 
there is beauty in everything. 




DOUGLAS LOWE 








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ROBERT DAVID LOWNEY 

Whatever is not nailed down is 
mine, Whatever I can pry loose is 
not nailed down. 



PAUL A. LUND 




KARL LUNDGREN 

Don't walk in front of me, I may 
not follow. Don't walk behind 
me, I may not lead. Walk beside 
me, and just be my friend. 



WILLIAM MACDONALD 




ANNE MASKALENKO 

You can 't teach a man 
anything; you can only 
help him discover it 
within himself. 



CHERYL ANN 
MASTROMATTEO 

Life is only memories 



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AUDREY MATURO 




FREDK. MAYER IE 

Whoever wants to 
boast must boast of 
what the Lord has 
done. 




ROBERT MAZZONE 




MICHAEL McCABE 

Tennis anyone? 




KATHRYN McHUGH 

Happy are those who 
dream dreams and 
have the courage to 
make them come true. 



SHARON McKENNA 



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ALFRED R. MCKIE 



MICHAEL J. MERCURIC- 



PAMELA L. McMAHAN 

One of the most beautiful 
qualities of true friendship is to 
understand and to be 
understood. 



GAD J. MEIRON 

I'll tell you a big secret, Mon \ 
Cher. Don 't wait for the Last 
■Judgement. It takes place every 
day. 



WENDY MELTZ 

"WEN" 

Don't let it bring you down-it's 
only castles burning just find 
someone who's turning and you 
will come around. 




PAUL MESSER 



DALE DIANE MEYRICK 

"Dear God, be good to me-the 
sea is so wide and my boat is so 

small. Amen. " 
Prayer of the Breton Fisherman 





DAVID R. MICHAUD 

Man's reach should exceed his 
grasp. 




ROSEMARIE MORRISSEY 




JANET MURPHY 




JEFFREY MORSE 

How does it feel to be without a 
home, like a complete unknown, 
like a rolling stone? 



KIMBERLY A. MILLIGAN 

Determination is the keyword to 
accomplishment. 





SUSAN MUDGETT 

People who think they know it all 
are very annoying to those of us 
who do. 



CHRIS MURPHY 

I refuse to dress any differently 
for this picture than I usually do! 




BARRY A. NAWOICHIK 

Time is a very important thing in 
the world, how you spend it is 
even more important. 





ROBERT NEWTON 



CATHERINE NOLAN 

Always take the time to say what 
is in your heart. 





PATRICK O'CONNER 




MAUREEN O'KEEFE 




SUSAN PASCUCCI 




ROBERT PERRY 




RUTH PORTER 



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DOMINIC A. 
RAFFAELO 



JEFFREY J. 
REARDON 



MARK E. REED 



KATHLEENS. 
RILEY 

He alone is great who 
turns the voice of the 
wind into a song made 
sweeter by his own 
loving. 






LESLIE VICTORIA RIMBACH 

Happiness is a sunbeam which 
may pass through a thousand 
persons without losing a particle 
of its original ray; nay, when it 
strikes a kindred heart, like the 
converged light upon a mirror, it 

reflects itself with redoubled 
brightness. It is not perfected till 
it is shared. 
JAMES PORTER 



ROBERT RIZZARI 




CASSANDRA L. ROBERTS 

Things are never as bad as they 
seem, If you dream your favorite 
kind of dreams. Tomorrow you 
may hear a new secret told 
Or find a new friend and a warm 
hand to hold. 



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GREGG LEWIS SANDY 



ROBERT A. ROBIDOUX 



BRYAN ROSS SAMSON 

Win as if you were used to it, 
Lose as if you enjoyed it for a 
change. 



I am gratful to the system that 

educated me. 
I feel a very special kind of grate- 
fullness. 

It is the appreciation one would 

feel toward 
a well intent ioned friend who 

accidentally 
shot you while aiming at the as- 
sassin behind you. 





CLAUDIA L. ROSE 

With all its shame, drudgery, 
and broken dreams, 

it is still a beautiful world. Be 
careful. 
Strive to be happy. 



KENNETH E. SCHEYDER 

Everything worth while, 
that one values in life 
is worth striving for. 





DAVID SHAUGHNESSEY 





LISA SENIO 

Time it was, 
And what a time it was, 
It was . 
A time of innocence, 
A time of confidence. 
Long ago . . it must be 
I have a photograph. 
Preserve your memories; 
They 're all that 's left you. 
BOOKENDS THEME 



MICHAEL SHEEHAN 



MARCI A. SHIELDS 








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CONNIE TIPPIT 

"Nothing great was ever 
achieved 
without enthusiam. " 




LAURIE J. URQUHART 



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LINDA M VERNUCCI 



KIMBERLY WALKER 

There never seems to be enough 

time to do 
the things you want to do once 
you find them. 



JODI WALCOTT 

Happiness is . . . a smiling face 






JOSEPH A. VERRIER 




CHRISTOPHER WEAVER 





DEBORAH ANN WAYE 

Happiness is knowing someone 
loves you: 



ROXANNE WEBER 

lam not afraid of tomorrow, for 
I have seen yesterday and I love 
today. 




R. KURT WEIDMAN 

leaving all the changes far 
from far 
behind. 




KIRT W. WILSON 





RONALD SLATE 

. . . And in chasing what I 

thought was Moonbeams 
I have run into a couple of walls, 

but in looking 
back at the faces I've been, I 

would sure be 
the first one to say when I look at 

myself today, 
wouldn 'ta done it any other way. 

— Jim Croce 




CHRISTINE BOWEN 

Beauty gathered in the bright 
ness 

of the sunny hours — 
is often best remembered in the 
quiet dark. 




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MARK HOOTS JOHN BOTHWELL 

I am the slime from the video 
oozin' across on your livin' room 
floor. I am the slime from the 
video, can't stop the slime, peo- 
ple, look at me go! 




KAREN KLEBER MARGARET BOATRIGHT 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



STEVEN AHO 
CYNTHIA BARRETT 
MICHAEL K. BRADY 
CYNTHIA CHAPMAN 
GAIL E.CONNOLLY 
MICHAEL DOUCET 
JOHN HANSEN 
MICHAEL LAGASSE 
JEFFERY LEWIS 
RICHARD MCKENNA 
MARK A. MILLER 
LAWRENCE ORDER 
MICHAEL ORDER 
STEPHEN J. PEREGRIM 
MARGARET A. QUIGLEY 
PETER W.SAMPSON 
BERNARD STEVENSON 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 




Susan Hennrikus 



Gregory Winter 




Klaus Deutcher 



Eileen Cassidy 



SPIFFIEST SPLIT ENDS 



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COMICAL QUACKS 
Ethel Sullivan 
and 
Tom Lane 



SCATHINGLY CYNICAL 

Joyce Jones 

and 
Bob Yanosik 




GARGANTUAN GRINNERS 

SueJepsen 
and 

David Underwood 



VIVACIOUS VAUDEVILLIANS 
Martha King 

and 
Chris Murphy 



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HIGH SCHOOL SONG 




I don 't know how to love him 
The Whipping post 
My girl Bill 

I feel pretty, oh so pretty 



Mr. Ambrose 



. . Detention hall 
That special date 
. Our prom queen 



I don't like spiders or snakes Biology students 

Feeling stronger every day The locker rooms 

Put the lime in the coconut The chem students 



Sounds of silence 
You're so vain 




The library 
The N.H.S. 



Me + Julio down by the school yard After school activities 

Those were the days, my friends Bomb scares of '71 

Oh, say can you see the day we graduate? 

I hear you want a revolution Open campus committee 

The monster mash JMr. The cafeteria lunches 

Hark, the herald angels sing Daily announcements 

I gotta be me • Chris Murphy 

Sue Mudgett 



/ can see clearly now Vision + Hearing tests 

J gottcha uh huh Catching skippers 

They are killing me softly with their song in band 
Outing club is a rocky mountain high 
The bathrooms have smoke on the water 




& 75% of the boys have never heard of Earth 

Shoes, while 269* of the girls have never heard of 
them. 



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Front Row: Bobby Warwick, Bobby Bilafer, John Brown, Mark Hurd, Tri-captains: Greg Winter, Mike Dorey, and David Underwood, Steve 
Bradford, Matt Moeller, Tom Lane, Jeff Reardon. Back Row: Coach Patuleia, Jeff Morse, Bryan Samson, Frank Silva, Jeff Curran, Jon Hol- 
lenbeck, Jim Wieler, Doug Coombs, David Dalrymple, Bill Harrison, Bob Schorsch, Bob Ayasse, Dave Tomson . 





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Best year ever! Out of 
thirteen games, Bedford's 
varsity soccer team had 
seven shutouts — breaking 
all previous records. The 
team had four Dual Coun- 
ty League All Stars: Dave 
Underwood, Greg Winter, 
Mike Dorey, and Matt 
Moeller. Mike Dorey was 
also selected by the East- 
ern Mass. Coaches Asso- 
ciation as an All-Scholas- 
tic Soccer Player. Next 
season should be even bet- 
ter. 




Tri-Captains: Left to Right: David Michaud, Robert Wilson, Charles Bruha, and Mr. Sabourin. 



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SENIORS: Left to Right: Tom Brady, Steve Ferri, Bob Newton, Erik Smith, Peter Lombardini, Bob Wilson, Mike 
Bonelli, Bob Yanosick, Scott Hansen, Tom Barnett, Dave Michaud, Chuck Bruha. 



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BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL 1974 



NO 


NAME 


POS. 


YEAR 










10 


Michaud, Dave 


B 


SR 


60 


Yanosick, Bob 


G 


SR 


12 


Bruha, Mike 


QB 


JR 


61 


Mizzoni, Mark 


G 


SO 


15 


Griffiths, Jim 


QB 


SO 


62 


Ace, Frank 


C 


JR 


17 


Lynch, Bill 


QB 


JR 


64 


Freni, John 


G 


JR 


20 


Stefanelli, Dave 


B 


JR 


64 


Sutton, Bob 




SO 


21 


Edwards, Keith 


B 


JR 


65 


Dunn, Bob 


G 


JR 


22 


■Jepsen, Mike 


B 


SO 


66 


Smith, Karl 


G 


JR 


23 


D'Auria, Rich 


B 


SO 


68 


Brady, Dennis 


G 


SO 


24 


Underwood, John 


B 


JR 


70 


Hansen, Scott 


T 


SR 


25 


Brady, Tom 


B 


SR 


72 


Lentine, Frank 


T 


SO 


25 


McHugh, Tom 


B 


JR 


73 


Ferri, Steve 


T 


SR 


25 


Powers, Steve 


B 


JR 


74 


Busa, Mark 


T 


JR 


27 


Barnett, Tom 


B 


SR 


75 


Wilson, Bob 


T 


SR 


28 


Kraus, Larry 


B 


JR 


75 


Hosking, Ross 


T 


SO 


32 


Hanson, Neil 


B 


JR 


76 


Frohlich, Mark 


T 


JR 


35 


Bumann, Paul 


B 


JR 


78 


Chaney, Eric 


T 


JR 


35 


Hitchcock, Ron 




JR 


82 


Sternberg, Kim 


E 


JR 


41 


Bruha, Chuck 


B 


SR 


84 


Schwelm, Bob 


E 


SO 


42 


D'Auria, Bob 


B 


JR 


85 


Freni, Chuck 


E 


SO 


43 


Lombardini, Pete 


E 


SR 


87 


Newton, Bob 


E 


SR 


44 


Bonelli, Mike 


E 


SR 




Hoult, Howie 




JR 


45 


Masse, Bob 




SO 




Irwin, Dave 


B 


JR 


50 


Colombo, Bruce 


C 


SO 




Michaud, Steve 




JR 


53 


Hand, Doug 


C 


JR 




Kanouse, Terry 


G 


SO 


55 


Smith, Erik 


C 


SR 




Reidy, Bill 


B 


SO 



In the Beginning, there were four losses. Then, Head 
Coach Sabourin created Coaches Odams and Petrillo. 
Together, with help from Petrillo's walk, and Odam's 
Toni, as well as Sabourin's hair, they turned the season 
from one of and four to one of six and 0, tying the rec- 
ord for the most consecutive wins. They also became 
only the second team in Bedford's history to beat Way- 
land. Congratulations, Coach and Team; keep the win- 
ning tradition going! 





Left To Righ: Row 1: Cathy Nolan, Kathy McHugh, Kerry Howard, 
Maggie Boatwright, Roberta Daelhausen, Janet Murphy, Kathy Ri- 
ley, Pam MacMahan, Ethel Sullivan, Claudia Rose-Manager. Row 2: 
Ginny Bissanti, Diane D'Auria, Maureen Mead, Linda Powderly, 
Judy Hennrikus, Kathy Dooley, Jennifer More, Ellen Penny, Laurie 
Proulx, Doreen Mead, Pam Pate. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Denise Costa, Sherry Gonsales, Nancy Payne, Leslie 
Schellhase, Jennifer Sears, Cindy Walcott, Ann Brode, Patty Clark. Row 2: 
Patty Hansen, Bonny Comley, Barbara Haynes, Janet Henderson, Janet 
Flynn, Becky Konkle. Row 3: Nancy Sullivan, Mary Beth Lehan, Patty Con- 
cannon, Carol Miller, Susan Gellatly, Terry Dunn, Laura Paradise, Joan 
Sullivan, Lauren Binsack, Robin Cosman. 




FIELD HOCKEY 



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Le/£ To /fighf /?ou> /: Kerry Howard, Maggie Boatwright, Pam Pate, Cathy 
Nolan. Row 2: Patty Hansen, Kathy Dooley, Chris Emerson, Roberta Dael- 
hausen, Janet Fynn, Kathy McHugh, Ms. Lavochkin. 





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GIRLS 
BASKETBALL 





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Left To Right: Row I: Carol 
Twombly, Lisa Riley, Doug 
Coombs, Karen Furey, Tom 
Kruels, Lynn Kettering. Left To 
Right: Row 2: Tom Ulrich, Bob 
Warwick, Terry Karouse, Peter 
Morris, Bill Baker, John Under- 
wood, Dave Thomson, Ken 
Schoendorf, Jim Wieler, Axel 
Kreuels, Laurence Ullman 
(coach) Scott Menzel, Erik 
Smith, Abigail Hafer, Marcia 
Morris, Frank Silva, Chris Mar- 
tin, Greg Winter, Dave Under- 
wood. 




SKI 
TEAM 



Left To Right: Row I: Karin 
Doss (Manager), Lauree Win- 
ter, Natalie Svendsen, Sue 
Wootton, Pam LaCombe, Sue 
Goldman, Sue Boissevain, 
Tracy Kane, Kathy Olmstead 
(Manager). Row 2: Howard 
Funkhauser, Myke Buck, 
Greg Walters, Carl Repucci, 
Dave Minassian, Jim Har- 
rington, Ken Bruner, Tom 
Faucher, Jamie Brady, Tom 
Stowell, Paul Larson. Row S.- 
Sean Byrne, Steve Ground, 
Bob Schwelm, Allan Larson, 
Klaus Deutscher, Dave Dal- 
rymple, Steve Ferri, Bob Wil- 
son, Neil Hanson, Jon Arms, 
John Sullivan (Coach). 







WINTER 
TRACK 





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Varsity: Tom Barnett, Tod Webber, Ron Hemenway, Greg 
Rosinski, Steve Maglione, Doug Blake, Gerry McGrath, 
Dave Michaud, Mark Mathews, Alex Monger, Bill Siek- 
man, Jim Kirk, Kip Sternberg, Dan Lenihan, John Dooley, 
George Lynch. 




Junior Varsity: Frank Ace, Dave Budden, Phil Maglione, 
John Bettis, Steve Powers, Mike Herlihy, Bill MacDonald, 
Danny Bouchard, Brian Sutherland, Bob D'Auna, Dean 
Whitehead. 




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SOFTBALL 




Left To Right: Row 1: Patty Hansen, Jen- 
nifer Sears, Ginny Bissanti, Janice Courto- 
golous, Jean Kenny, Sue Sullivan. Row 2: 
Lauren Binsack, Cindy Walcott, Mary 
Muldoon, Marsha Koury, Nancy Curtis, 
Karen Furey, Janet Flynn, Bonnie Comley, 
Patty Concannon, Julianne Neal. Row 3: 
Kathy Dooley, Kathy Wilson, Julie Swan- 
son, Ellen McHarg, Gail Harvey, Linda 
Null, Cindy Rosinski, Gail Anderson, Ann 
Brode. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Denise Boudreau, Susan Moll, Pam Confield, Linda Taylor, Gail Collins, Amy 
Bohrod. Row 2: Carol Collins, Sue Bridge, Sabrina Cronen, Cathy Cuthbert, Sherrel Bridge, Dotty 
Sparks, Sharon McKenna, Ms. Sparks. 




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LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 



Left To Right: Row 1: Jonathon Hurd, Judy Hennrikus, Laura Paradise, Jim Lousararian, Phil Maglione, Greg Winter, 
Debbie Konkle. Row 2: Mr. Pateulia, Mrs. Latham, Jim Wieler, Bill Baker, Kathy Riley, Kathy Norkunas, Mr. Moss, Mrs. 
Kinney, Mr. Spinosa. 



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STUDENT 
COURT 



Left To Right: Tim Keohan, Matt Moeller, Mr. Gol- 
lis, Ms. Frenier, Ms. Lemerise, Meghan Brady. 





CITIZENSHIP 
COMMITTEE 

Left To Right: Mr. Sullivan, Miss Rawcliffe, Kathy Dooley, Roberta 
Daelhausen, Judy Baudanza, Susan Church, Jim Rice, Greg Winter, 
Susan Hennrikus. 



STUDENT ADVISORY 
COMMITTEE 

Left To Right: Mr. Duggan, Kathy Riley, Roberta Daelhausen, Becky 
Konkle, Debbie Konkle, Bob Lowney. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Left To Right: Row 1: Kay Gurley, Meghan Brady, Martha King, Barbara Herlihy, Alanna Clare, Judy Romano, Maggie Quigley, Debbie Kon- 
kle, Wendy Meltz, Donna Mendez, Lisa Senio, Donna Tremblay. Row 2: Jonathan Hurd, John Brown, Robert Robidoux, Anne Gilbert, Roberta 
Daelhausen, Sharon McKenna, Dale Meyrick, Karen Brennan, Bill Kinney, David Underwood, Mark Whitaker, Joan Schwelm, Fred Mayer, 
Mike Herlihy, Gregg Sandy, Richard Stowell, David Dalrymple, Charlotte Rowe. 



LITERARY MAGAZINE 




Left To Right: Row 1: Jim Gold, Fred Mayer, Robert Robidoux, Mrs. Kinney. Row 2: Anita Paskuy, Kathy 
Coules, Betsy Nickerson, Kelly Howard, Dennis Smith, Judy Romano. Row 3: Anne Ellingson, Danna Besse, 
David Draper, Tom Hansen, Jon Rennie, Rosemarie Morrissey , Jeff Davis, Alanna Clare, Carol Dill . 



JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 




Left To Right: Row 1: Ann Mockapetris, Cindy Weber, Amy Bohrod, Dan Bohrod, Doug Anthony. Row 2: David 
Alley, Valerie Colliton, Richard Dodge, Ron Slate. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Bill Purdy, Don Simpson, William Munzing, Alfred McKie, Robert Bumbaca. Row 2: Robert 
Iovino, David Wentzel, Mark Coleman, Jack Collins, Charles Gennetti, Marc Dee, Peter Lombardini, Bernie Steven- 
son, Dom Raffaello, Robert Mazzone, William Perry, Peter Sampson, Ralph Latore, Peter Faulkner. 




Left To Right: Row 1: Kathy Ackerman, Chris Wengler, Mrs. Kinney, Anita Paskuy, Jim Rice, Ann Ellingson, Abby 
Haffer, Cindy Pickett, Nancy Ackerman, Sin Thorbjarnsen, Maureen Foerest, Vicky Weisz. Row 2: Denise Busch, Lynn 
Larson, Carol Cooper, Allison White, Pat Ringle, Joy Andrews, Janet Henderson, Laurie Horton, Mary Muldoon, Patty 
Concannon, Debbie Reader, Kathy Curwin, Carol Miller, Danny Webber, Bill Baker, Cindy Sknner, Kathy Coules, 
Laurie Cullington, Karen Brennan. 




A.F.S. 

The American Field Service is an international organization which allows 
people of different cultures to experience another life-style. It does this 



through sending American students to other countries and foreign students 
to the United States. 

This year Anita Paskuy from Germany has spent the year at BHS; next 
year, we hope to send a student from Bedford abroad. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Karen 
Davis, Diane Graser, Janet 
Kaplan, Diane Santosuosso, 
Cindy Mahler, Karen Steven- 
son. Row 2: Rosie Morrisey, 
Eileen Cassidy, Amy Spadaro, 
Vicki Litchfild, Sue Morin, 
Maureen Foerst, Deb Perry. 
Row 3: Laurie Cullington, 
Cathy Dion, Kathy Coules, 
Danna Bessie, Maggie Quigley, 
Pat Ringle, Allison. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Glen Campbell, 
Leon L'Heureux, Paul Smith, John Mc- 
Mahon. Row 2: Mr. Morse, Doug Dalrym- 
ple, Steve Graeter, James Shea, Milton 
Moffett, Ed Pass. 



BLUE 
AND 
WHITE 



Left To Right: Row 1: Amy Spadaro, Vicky Richfield, Nancy Pickett, Leslie Schellhase, Jane Norton, Carolyn 
Curtis, Erin Doherty. Row 2: Mary Beth Barck, Sue Boissevain, Gail Collins, Jean Maloney, Cheryl Arsen- 
ault, Betsey Stouter, Ann Hamilton, Laura Paradise, Nancy Wieler, Valerie Colliton. Row 3: Phil Maglione, 
Neil Hanson, Paul Rothenberger, Robert LeBlanc, Howie Hoult, Madman MaGrath, Steve Murphy, Andrew 
Gates, Leslie Colonero, George Geran, MaryBeth Laffan, Suzanne Reidy, Debbie Rosato, Gad Meiron. 




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CHESS CLUB 



Left To Right: Row 1: Jonathon Hurd, David Dalrymple, Tom Kreuels. 
ROW 2: Doug Dalrymple, Tim Ebacher.Dan Bohrod, Dan Flynn. Row 3: 
Doug Anthony . 




SKI CLUB 



MATH LEAGUE 




Left To Right: Row 1: Laurie Ginder, Shara Paul, Becky Konkle, Ann Brodie, Charlie Kaplan, Chris Ferri. 
Row 2: David Dalrymple, John Brown, Doug Dalrymple, Bill Kinney, Bruce Draper, Jonathon Hurd. 



DRAMA 
CLUB 



Left To Right: Row 1: Leon L'Heureux, Steve Murphy, Sue Frost, Erin Doherty, Amy Bohrod, Cathy Druan. Row 2: Ms. 
Gelman, Janet Kaplan, Gail Collins, Kim Dacey, Boyd Bickmore, Dondi Burcham, Marc English, Milton Moffett, Ken 
Moore, Scott Rider, Janet Taylor, Nilarie Jutras. Row 3: David Greene, Helen Adams, Chris Murphy, Bob Selby, Al 
Brodie, Danielle Neil . 



SMOKING AWARENESS 
PROJECT 

Left To Right: Row 1: Kathy Riley. Phil Maglione, Greg Winter, Laura Paradise. Row 2: Da- 
vid Underwood, Jim Lousararian, Dale Meyrick, Bob Lowney, Roberta Daelhausen, Jim 
Wieler. 






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These are the faces of the yearbook staff. 
It's one year mission; to explore strange new 
lay-outs, seek out new pictures and new pub- 
lications; to boldly go where no yearbook 
staff has gone before. 



Kathy iVorfeunas-Editor-in-Chief 











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Richard Stowell - Constant Companion 



Other Helpers: 



Chuck Bruha 
Fred Mayer 
Maggie Quigley 
Sue Hennrikus 



Jeanne Dion 
Sue Mudgett 
Sheila Gilroy 







Carolyn Curtis — Business Editor 



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Meghan Brady — Assistant Editor-in-Chief 




DOUBLE SEXTET 




MADRIGAL 



MARCHING BAND 

The Bedford High School Superband is just that, a Super 
Band! Playing charts that other bands either don't try or tear 
apart, the band takes to the field and marches through a maze 
of geometric progessions with precise form. The Majorettes, led 
by team Captain Germaine Weaver, also add immeasurably to 
the half-time show. And of course, without the love and guid- 
ance of William Toland, we would be just another band from 
L.A. 








Left To Right: Row I: 
David Jellison, Charlie 
Kaplan, Pam Jauss, How- 
ie Hoult, Leon Iveson, 
Beth Koester, Larry 
Kraus. Row 2: Diane 
Madden, Ron Hitchcock, 
Dan Keough, Don L'- 
Heureux, Neil Joy, Larry 
Knight, CeCe Janncen, 
Eric Johnson, Diana Hoo- 
ver, Linda Kilpatrick. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Sue 
Frost, Steve Michaud, 
MaryLou Musacchio, Carol 
Miller, Carol McKenna, Ellen 
McHarg, Marcia Morris. Row 
2: Tom McManus, Matt 
Moeller, Bill McGrath, Marc 
English, Jerry McGrath, 
Brian McDowell, Tom 
McHugh. 





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Left To Right: Row 1 Hal 
O'Connell, Debbie Pos- 
ton, Wayne Pike, Ann 
O'Connell, Robert Porter, 
John Pespisa, Gene Phil- 
lips. Row 2: Nancy 
O'Hara, Laura Paradise. 
Kevin O'Connell, Kathy 
Pass, Terry Phillips. Lin- 
da Palmer, Elizabeth 
Narcisi, Sharon Nelson, 
Nancv Pickett . 



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Left To Right: Row 1: 
Butch Lewis, John Libby, 
Rich Lombardi, Phil Mag- 
lione, Marty Lawless, 
Mark Larwence. Row 2: 
Brian Latina, Bill Lynch, 
John Litchfield, Bob Le- 
Blanc, senior/Greg Lacer- 
va. Row 3: senior/Lisa 
Lord, Nancy MacNeill, 
Karen Maddox, Pam La- 
comb, MaryBeth Laffan, 
Jean Maloney, Linda 
MacDougall, Cindy 
Laperriere. 



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Left To Right: Row 1: Debbie 
Rosato, Linda Spencer, Debbie 
Emerson, Cindy Rosinsky, Linda 
Powderly, senior, Jill Sanders. 
Row 2: Suzanne Reidy, Debbie 
Ripley, Phillip Robidoux, Debbie 
Sickles, Laurie Proulx, Leslie 
Schellhase, Martha Ramsey. 
Row 3: Senior/Robert Rizzani, 
Karen Baker, Steve Powers, .Paul 
Russo, Jim Rice, Martin Reiner. 



Left To Right: Row 1: 
Oma Stevenson, Joan 
Wehner, Glenn Webber, 
Debbie Wilson, Kathy 
Wilson, John Underwood, 
Judy Baudanza, Bob 
Warwick. Row 2: Kathy 
Wasson, Nancy Wieler, 
Cindy Weber, Susan 
Wootton, Vickie Weisz, 
Coleen Traynor, Dean 
Whitehead. Row 3: Craig 
Utley, Germaine Weaver, 
Tony Vernucci, Ava Whit- 
mire, Karen Young, Ginny 
Trinque, Sharon Webb, 
Chris Wengler, David 
West. 



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Left To Right: Row 1: Jer- 
ry Stone, Doug Schoorens, 
Dave Thomson, Marc 
Slechta, Brian Suther- 
land, Robert Schorsch, 
Dotty Sparks, Barbara 
Sparks. Row 2: Senior, 
Senior, Kip Sternberg, 
Carl Smith, senior, David 
Steffanelli, senior, Row 3: 
Adrienne Smith, Lisa Sil- 
va, Nancy Sullivan, Mar- 
ianne Sheehan, Mala 
Powers, Robin Theriault, 
Senior. 



Left To Right: Row 1: Dave 
Budden, Carolyne Crowther, 
Sherrel Bridge, Debbie Car- 
ew, JoAnne Curtis. Row 2: 
Bruce Campagna, Paul Bu- 
mann, Richard Bunier, Alan 
Brodie, Rick Coraine, Mike 
Bruha, Bob Cashin. 





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Left To Right: Bob Dona- 
dio, Carolyn Dow, Cathy 
D'Entremont, Kathy 
Dion, Cheryl Eaton, 
Christine Donigan, Janet 
Man. Row 2: Dave Damer- 
y, Tim Ebacher, Bob 
Dunn, Bob D'Auria, John 
Doucette, Brigitte 
Deutscher, Danelle Doher- 
ty. Row 3: Debbie Eas- 
tiake, Leigh Collins, Do- 
reen Dee, Karen Donovan, 
Mary Donovan, Bruce 
Draper, Sharon Doherty, 
Kathy Cuthbert, John 
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Left To Right: Row I: 
Pam Hayward, Kelly 
Howard, Tammy John- 
ston, MaryEllen Iveson, 
Cathie James, Sheryl 
James, Hilarie Jutras. 
Row 2: Scott Hartmann, 
Jerry Intoti, Greg Hetrick, 
Janet Henderson, Barbara 
Hartwell, Bill Hooper, 
Ross Hosking. Row 3: 
Tom Jameson, Dwane 
Jacobs, Monty Brock, 
Christopher Hurd, Mike 
Hester, Laurie Horton, 
Karen Hoover, Peter 
Jones, Rick Buettner, 
Judy Hennrkus. 





Left To Riht: Row 1: Axel 
Krevels, Leon L'Heureux, 
Fred Knecht, Cheryl Lanov- 
ette, Jane Kushner, Don L'- 
Heureux. Row 2: Bob Knic- 
kle, Mike L'Heureux, Danny 
Knight, Roy Kok, Terry 
Laughan, Terry Kanouse, 
Peter Karalis. Row 3: Becky 
Konkle, Irene Laundry, Joy 
Andrews, MaryBett Lehan, 
Ginny Bissanti, Lynn Larson, 
Elaine Kenney, Susan 
Latina. 



Left To Right: Row 1: 
Edward MacDonald, Lou 
Licciardi, Frank Lentine, 
Steve Lonergan, Mark 
Leonard. Row 2: Cindy 
Mahler, Janice Letizi, 
Kathleen Lynch, Jim 
Lousararian, Sam Litch- 
field, Spud Spadaro. 



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Left to Right: Row 1: Bet- 
sy Baker, Sue Ball, Cheryl 
Arsenault, Sue Boisse- 
vain, Nancy Barbieri, 
Betay Ayasse, Marybeth 
Barck. Row 2: Don Bar- 
ton, Everett Beguye, Bob 
Beaman, Sam Barton, Bill 
Baker, Dave Bouse, Rod- 
ney Benicek, John Bettis, 
John Arms, Dan Bohrod. 



Left to Right: Row 1: 
James Fox, Judy Evans, 
Beth Franken, Maureen 
Foerst, Elaine Flynn, Ann 
Ellingson, Pam Flynn. 
Row 2: Jodie Edwards, 
Mark Frohlich, Steve 
Edgar, Lou Eliopolus, 
Nathan Fernow, Mike 
Faulkner, Keith Edwards, 
Debbie Farinello, Lisa 
Gaylord, John Freni, Da- 
vid French. 





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Left to Right: Row 1: Ame 
Godtfredsen, Doug Hand, 
Neil Hanson, Michelle 
Goguen, Gail Harvey, Les- 
ley Hill, Danny Harrison. 
Row 2: Laurel Ginder, 
Abby Hafer, Susan Gold- 
man, Susan Gellatly, Lau- 
rie Griffin, Lynn Golonka, 
Jim Hickey, Jim Good, 
Ann Hamilton, Mike Hal- 
ey, Cathy Hanley, Robert 
Harrington. 



Left to Right: Row 1: Sue 
Bridge, Maria Bumnan, 
Dawn Bullock, Debbi Bum- 
baca, Connie Briorly, Diane 
Burns, Bill Callahan. Row 2: 
Joe Bonelli, Dave Boi9sevain, 
Larry Brown, Sean Byrne, 
Jay Cameron, Matt Brady, 
Glenn Campbell. Row 3: 
Steve Russo, Marie Budden, 
Kathy Brown, Joanne Buck- 
ley, Dondi Burcham, Denise 
Buch, William Bosworth, 
Chris Bryant, Linda 
Canpagna. 






Left to Right: Row 1: Diane 
D'Auria, Lorene Delfino 
Carol Dacey, Nancy Cour 
toglous, Denise Cosda, Jen 
nifer Choate, Dana David 
son. Row 2: Jeff Cowdrey 
Jack Cook, Nancy Davis 
Carol Cormier, Cara Con 
nell, Patty Clevenger, Ka 
thy Cierpial. Row 3: Steve 
Comley, Sabrina Croonen 
Fred Crump, Barb Chap 
man, Billie Crouther, Shei 
la Corrigan, Jill Curley 
Mike Burbo, Dan Collins 
Patty Clark. 



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Left to Right: Al Eun- 
son, Bill Dungey, Mire 
Ditore, Steve Eastlake, 
Debbie Ehronbeck, 
Scheryl Dungey, Cindy 
Faught. Row 2: Jackie 
Fager, Charlotte Ev- 
ans, Cindy Dion, Ron 
Eckhardt, David Drap- 
er, Leanne Emmons, 
Debbie Feole, Karen 
Donadio . 



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Left to Right: Row 1: 
Lorraine Ackerman, 
Bonnie Blaisdell, Allan 
Banks, Mark Barbieri, 
Candy Apple, Terry 
Dunn, Denise Sinott. 
Row 2: Kurt Baker, Dave 
Bigham, Kathy Blom- 
stedt, Ray Beyrand, Hal 
Barton, Doug Anderson, 
Meryl Bluestein. Row S.- 
Barbara Berry, Cheryl 
Andrews, Patty Aucoin, 
Paul Benoit, Scott Bell, 
Cindy Bland, Janet Bar- 
ker, Jan Barker, Rose 
Boatwright, Laura Al- 
dorisil, Joe Bell. 



Left to Right: Row 1: Jim 
Gemmell, Billy Fronch, 
Frank Fischer, Scott Gard- 
ner, Richard Garofano, Char- 
lene Golondo, Julie Frohlich. 
Row 2: Zandria Goddard, 
Linda Gjertsen, Marcia Glat- 
felter, Kris Hanson, Kate 
Hamilton, Kathy Flynn, 
Maureen Glennan, Pierre 
Guay, Earl Fitzgerald, John 
Geilfuss. 





Left to Right: Row 1: 
Ronny Harmon, Ricky 
Johson, Kevin Kelly, Joan 
Jacobson, Janet Kaplan, 
Maureen Kilpatrick, Lori 
Hardin, Diana Jellison, 
Kim Hopkins. Row 2: 
Alan Hemingway, Van 
Hobgood, Bill Kenison, 
Ron Huffman, Tim Keo- 
han, Kerri Hohston, Julie 
Karalis. Row 3: Katie 
Keogh, Celia Hardy, Fred 
Payne, Tracy Kane, Liz 
Kalloch, Jaylyn Joss, 
Sherlynn Jones, Lynn 
Kettering, Nancy Payne. 



Left to Right: Row 1: 
Billy Larson, Pete Mar- 
cus, Hans Klein, Pam 
boone, Elena Lazaris, 
Ruth Marrigan, Evan 
MacDonald, Patty 
Lane. Row 2: Chris Lar- 
sen, Michael Klett, 
Stanley Lidback, Joe 
Kusa, Brad Lowe, Paul 
Larsen, Richard LeMay. 
Row 3: Andre Krutch- 
koff, John Laffan, Julie 
Frohlich, Joanne Lehan, 
Lisa Mann, Jenny 
Maffit. 





Left to Right: Row 1: Linda 
Martin, Sheri Mathews, He- 
len McMahan, Maureen 
Mead, Carol Michaud, Mar- 
gee Luciano. Row 2: Gerard 
Maskalenko, Tim McManus, 
Lisa Mendes, Cheryl Miksen- 
as, Susan Miller, Eric Miller, 
Diane Mayer. Row 3: Brian 
McMahan, Jackie Mee, Wil- 
liam Matticola, Cheryl 
McMahan, Ruth Marrigqn, 
Andrea McGuthry. 



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Left to Right: Row 1: 
Steve Murdock, Ed 
Pass, David Minassian, 
Nancy Morris, Sue 
Moore, Kenneth Moore, 
Steve Murphy. Row 2: 
Kathy Palmer, Patricia 
Mitchell, Susan Paine, 
Patricia Neil, David 
Moll, Pam Parris, Ste- 
ven Mizzoni, Jean 
Naugler, Jean Morris, 
Donald Olsen, Tom 
O'Neil, Richard 0'- 
Donnell, Mary Morris. 




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Left to Right: Row .Z.- 
John Sheehan, Eliza- 
beth Sandy, Carolyn 
Scheyder, Paul Shaugh- 
nessey, Jeff Silva, Rhon- 
da Sanderson, Kathy 
Smith. Row 2: Joe Sic- 
kles, Linda Saisi, Judy 
Smith, Diane Simmons, 
Linda Slate, Kathleen 
Shields, Mark Shamon. 
Row 3: Arthur Savignae, 
Pat Salinas, Mark Sam- 
son, Steve Sinotte, John 
Sciaraffa, Lynn Schiff, 
Cheryl Scarborough. 



Left to Right: Row 1: Ted 
Pruyn, Tom Tennoy, Andy Pil- 
la, Janet Russian, Chris Pelle- 
tier, Jim Ruetenik, Debbie 
Pylos. Row 2: Diane Ringle, 
Gayle Razzaboni, Lisa Red- 
mond, Robert Rogers, Paula 
Petricone, Sandy Peko, Susan 
Pike, Cathy Ratney, Scott 
Rider, Joan Rhane, Peter 
Reilly. 




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Left to Right: Row 1: Tom 
Stowell, Amy Swanson, 
Cheryl Steward, Debbie 
mmmSl Steele. Lisa Utley, Mir- 
^2S5fl ' am Towle, Natalie 
Svendsen. Row 2: Wayne 
Thomason, Carl Trinque, 
Rick Sparks, Karen 
Turschman, Linda Tippit, 
Robert Taft, Tony Topita. 
Row 3: Jennifer Moore, 
Jay Maloney, Joan Sulli- 
van, Linda Taylor, Cathy 
Spencer, Elaine Padeba- 
neoeor, Connie Swisher, 
Sheila Stone, Carol Suth- 
erland, Curtis Torgerson. 



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Left to Right: Row 1: 
Doug Anthony, Tom 
Baines, Walter Acker- 
man, Boyd Bickmore, 
John Ammons, Debby 
Birgenheir, Diane Pa- 
quette. Row 2: Reggie 
Baines, Nancy Acker- 
man, Dawn Blahton, 
Peter Bilafer, Lauren 
Binsack, Amy Baxter, 
Danna Besse, Gail An- 
derson, Donna Boud- 
reau, Aldy Bouse, Amy 
Bohrod, Ginny Bissanti. 



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Left to Right: Rew 1: Paul 
Braverman, Dennis Brad- 
y, Jim Brady, Mary Ellen 
Bradford, Kim Roberts, 
Paula Cannistraro. Row 2: 
Randy Burmeister, Den- 
nis Brady, Bob Bradley, 
Drake Cameron, Kevin 
Campbell, Steve Bryant, 
Ken Bruner. Row 3: Lorie 
Browne, Ann Brode, Kar- 
en Smart, Ron Brunson, 
Myke Buck, Julie Palmer - 
i, Russ Brown, George 
Bumann. 



Left to Right: Row 1: Lisa 
Corlett, Cheryl Cox, Rob- 
in Cosman, Paula Cran- 
dell, Carol Collins, Diana 
Couto, Patsy Cobos. Row 
2: Nancy Curtis, Marc 
Bonelli, Kim Blake, Bruce 
Colombo, Kathy Coules, 
Carol Cooper, Cathy 
Courwie. Row 3: Douglas 
Dalrymple, Rich D'Auria, 
John Diebold, Patty Con- 
cannon, Bonnie Comley, 
Susan Church, Leslie Co- 
lonero, John Dacey . 

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Left to Right: Row 1: 
Barry Donahue, Erin 
Doherty, Gina De- 
Berardis, David Ellis, 
Donna Duncan, Paula 
Doucet, Brian Duke. 
Row 2: Tim Devine, 
Jackie Emery, Kathy 
Dooley, Sharon Earl . 



Left to Right: Row 1: Ron 
Fone, Mark Fletcher, Mike 
Flanagan, Lynn Fitzgerald, 
Janet Flynn, Janis Falabella, 
Andrew Gates. Row 2: How- 
ard Funkhauser, Karen Fu- 
rey, Carole Geeks, Carol Gil- 
bert, Kathy Fridel, Steve 
Gay lor. 



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Left to Right: Row 1: 
Maureen Hanley, Patti 
Hansen, Jim Harrington, 
Jay Harrison, Jay Guidet- 
ti, Jeff Harrington, Jeff 
Harrison. Row 2: Alex 
Glatfelter, Steve Graeter, 
David Greene, Jim Gold, 
Phil Hanson, Terry Haid, 
Jimmy Griffiths. Row 3: 
Ellen Gurley, Jan Ginder, 
Gretchen Graeff, Vicky 
Grahm, Sherri GonsaJves, 
Kathy Hanford, Diane 
Graser. 




Mr. Keough — Superintendent 



Mr. Duggan — Principal 



To The Class of 1975 . . . 

Please accept my congratulations upon your complet- 
ing the first steps in the lifelong education process. 
Whether you are planning on further education or will 
be seeking employment, your high school years and the 
way you have performed during those years will un- 
doubtedly strengthen your ability to achieve success. 

I pass on to you my personal best wishes as well as the 
encouragement of the Bedford School Committee. 

William F. Keough, Jr. 
Superintendent of Schools 



To The Class of 1975 

More than ever before, you are being asked to face a 
future with many more uncertainties than any of us 
have had to face in the past. It is my deepest hope that 
your experience at Bedford High School have prepared 
each of you to meet the challenges which are to come. 
The decisions which you will be asked to make will be 
difficult and will affect yourself and others. Make them 
carefully and wisely. 

I wish each of you success and happiness in whatever 
you decide for the future. 

Thomas J. Duggan, Principal 





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Mr. Ambrose — Assistant Principal 



Mr. Melanson — Assistant Principal 




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Mrs. Greenler — Mathematics 




144 



Mrs. Drummond — Mathematics 



Mrs. Chamberlain — Student Office 




Mr. Carlson — Industrial Arts 

Miss Mihaly — English 



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Mr. Dietz — Language 



Miss O'Sullivan — Language 




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Best Wishes to the 
Class of '75 



TELEPHONE 
617-275-9130 




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From Your Good Friend 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 
BEDFORD 



363 GREAT ROAD • BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



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LEADER FEDERAL 
SAVINGS & LOAN 



Our Business is SERVICE 
Come in anytime for advice or 
assistance 

SENIORS: 
WHATEVER YOU DO, DO IT WELL 



J f BEDFORD TRAVEL, INC. ^ 

138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



For The Best 
In Travel" 

275-2330 




Mr. Gene 



HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON 
275-7366 
326 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 



ARTS & 
FLOWERS 

ALL OCCASION 

FLORIST & 
OBJETS D'ART 



Distinctive Design 

in Flowers 
Selected Artwork 
By 

AREA ARTISTS 
& 

ARTISANS 

142 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA. 01730 
TEL. (617) 275-7125 



Compliments of 



SLUMBER WORLD 



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Best Wishes to the Class of '75 
from 

PAUL P. FILIPKOWSKID.D.S. 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

COOLIDGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 



WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS 02172 (617) 926-1400 
Branches: Arlington, Lexington, Bedford, Cambridge and 

Everett 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ARLINGTON REST HOME 

(A Home for retired ladies) 

Licensed Administrator — 
Eloise C. Milligan 
129 Lake Street, Arlington, Ma. 
643-8761 



Compliments of 

C. ROGER LORD, M.D. 
AND 

JOHN W. BERGIN, M.D. 



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CHARLES STEFANELLI 
VARIETY 
STORE 

275-0025 




K-NINE CORNER 

Trimming — Training — Bathing 
Pet Supplies — Boarding 

42 NORTH ROAD BEDFORD, MASS. 



COZY CORNER 

Subs, Pizza & Fried Foods 
275-9866 



JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 



We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces 
363 E. Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 




BEDFORD 



PATRIOT 



Your Community Newspaper 
275-2430 



171 



Compliments of 

the DONOVAN COMPANY 
REALTORS 



Compliments of 



MANDFS GIFTSHOPPE 



Tel. 275-6738 



275-6637 



Compliments of 

A. W. CLIFFORD, REALTORS 

130 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Ma. 



Congratulations and Best of Luck 
from 

FAMIL Y PAS TRY SHOPPE 



ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 



congratulations and best wishes 
to the class of 1975 

Dr. and Mrs. Eric B Birmingham 



ARLINGTON 
5$ SA VINGS BANK 

6 Convenient Offices 

ARLINGTON 

BEDFORD 
BURLINGTON 
NORTH READING 



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MINUTE MAN 
VOLKSWAGEN 




SALES 
SERVICE 
PARTS 



39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA 
AT JUNCTION OF RT 4S 225 
275-8000 




SUNOCl 



BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE 
CENTER 

180 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
CAL BRAMMER 

Tel: 
275-9759 



Compliments 
of 

CENTER BARBER SHOP 

Specializing in 
Men's Hair 
Styles 
275-9883 



JACK FLASH PRINTING 



119 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Ma. 01730 
(617) 275-2679 




BEDFORD FARMS 

ICE CREAM 
SINCE 
1880 



Wishes 
the Class of 75 
a good life. 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

BENJAMIN R. SEARS, Realtor 

99 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 
275-8540 



Compliments 
of 



MARYB. CASSIDY, M.D. 



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FORM IN TEA K INC ORPORA TED 




Danish Modern Furniture 

45 MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE 
BURLINGTON, MASS. 01803 




Home of "Sleepy Bear" 



When you need a spare bedroom 
for that out of town guest, why not call 

phone 275-6120 
or Toll Free Reservations 800-255-3050 
All Color T.V. — Direct Dial Phones 

Heated Swimming Pool 



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RAYTHEON 




In the kitchen, we're better known by the 
companies we keep. 

Our subsidiaries, Amana and Caloric, spe- 
cialize in products that make life more com- 
fortable, more convenient. 

For instance, Amana Radarange® micro- 
wave ovens that dramatically cut cooking 
times. Freezers and refrigerators you never 
have to defrost. Step-saving trash compactors. 
Caloric ranges with self-cleaning ovens. 

And throughout the home, Amana air con- 
ditioners guietly create the perfect climate for 
comfort. 

Quality products from guality companies. 
Raytheon companies. 

RAYTHEON 



Congratulations to the Class of 1975. Bedford Laboratories, Hartwell Road, Bedford. An Equal 
Opportunity Employer. 





NEEDLEPOINT, ETC. 

CREWEL, NEEDLEPOINT, HOOK AND 
RYA 

RUGS, CREWEL AND NEEDLEPOINT 
YARNS, KNITTING 
YARNS, BLOCKING, MOUNTING, 
FRAMING 

275-2175 

GREAT RD. SHOPPING CTR. BEDFORD, 

MASS. 01730 



WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE 
INC. 

Leading Makes of Appliances, 
Television and Stereo 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 



Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1975 

BLAKE 
NEWS STORE 




STRA UB SIL VER SMITH 

Hand Made Silver Jewelry 

3 Meriam Street 
Lexington, Ma 02173 
Tel. 861-6434 



SGpertdipity* 



Burlington Mall 



Kockport 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 75 



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EG&G INC. CROSBY DRIVE, BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 



BEDFORD COUNTRY CLUB 
INC. 



Golf 
Challenging 9 
Finest Greens 

Pro Shop 
Snack Shop 
Golf Lessons 
18th Hole 



Skiing 
Chair Lift 
Rope-Tow 
Pony-Lift 
Snow Making 
Night Skiing 
Ski Pro Shop 



John Dellaria presents 
A SALON FOR THE TWO OF YOU 




continental 



5 Meriam St. • Lexington 862-9802 
Philip Clampa: director 179 



Best Wishes 
To The Class Of '75 



Goodbye 

And 
Good Luck 



FROM THE CLASS OF 
76 

To The Class of 
'75 



FROM THE FRESHMAN 
CLASS 




Congratulations 

To The 
1975 Senior Class 
From The 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 




SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS 



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BEDFORD - O 



DIAL 

275-0900 



RTS. 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



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Congratulations, 
Class of 75 

Wishing Vou a Bright 
and Happu Future 



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And so there ain't nothing more to write 
about, and I am rotten glad of it, because if I'd 
'a' knowed what trouble it was to make a book 
I wouldn't 'a' tackled it, and ain't a-going to 
no more. 

— Mark Twain 






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